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Pretoria, the administrative capital of South Africa is known as the Jacaranda City due to the magnificent display of blooming Jacaranda trees every spring that carpet the streets in purple.
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Choose from Protea Hotel Capital’s 104 beautifully appointed en-suite rooms and suites. Each spacious room is equipped with air-conditioning, ceiling fans, an electronic laptop safe, DSTV, hairdryers, 12 music stations and tea and coffee-making facilities.
We have standard and deluxe African-themed bedrooms, a studio room and modern self-catering suite apartments. Our VIP presidential suite doubles as a venue for private cocktail functions and we have complimentary secure parking on site.
The Protea Hotel Hatfield has 119 contemporary rooms, designed to offer fashionable, yet comfortable accommodation. Every room has an en-suite bathroom, air-conditioning, colour LCD satellite television, Wi-Fi and a secure digital safe.
This Hatfield hotel has a trendy cocktail bar, deck, pool, bistro and nail bar. For all laptop nomads, we have free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel. Up in the rooms, big, white, fluffy beds and bliss spa toiletries await.
With lakeside views that rival most paintings, African Pride Irene Country Lodge is a luxury upmarket hotel with spacious, luxury accommodation, a fine dining restaurant, conference, function and wedding venues, and also boasts a luxurious upmarket day spa called Camdeboo Day Spa.
A must-see for visitors is the National Zoological Gardens of South Africa, more commonly known as the Pretoria Zoo. There are a multitude of rare indigenous as well as exotic animals on display including silverback gorillas, koala bears and tigers. The gardens include the largest inland aquarium in South Africa as well as a reptile house. Picnickers are welcome to bring refreshments to enjoy at the many picturesque spots along the 6km walkway between displays.
No tour of Pretoria would be complete without a visit to the Voortrekker Monument that overlooks the entire city. It is a massive granite memorial to those who took part in the Great Trek of 1835. Another site worthy of mention is the Kruger House Museum which was home to then President Kruger. The house paints a vivid picture of life in the 1880s and has a selection of fascinating paraphernalia from the period on display.
The African Window Museum is also known as the National Cultural History Museum and is one of Pretoria's favourite tourist attractions. The museum accommodates a splendid rock art collection as well as a fantastic collection of South African Heritage exhibits. A popular attraction within the complex is the Reach for the Stars display which highlights space exploration through the ages.
South Africa’s Union Buildings, the official seat of the national government, house the offices of the president. They are a South African national monument, were designed by Sir Herbert Baker and took more than three years to build. The lush gardens surrounding the buildings are a popular picnic venue, and the structure itself is considered an architectural masterpiece. The Buildings themselves, however, are not open to the public.
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